Review: Tiger’s Destiny by Colleen Houck
The quest is coming to an end and time to do the final quest. Along the way Kelsey will have to deal with several sacrifices by herself and others. Not everyone will make it back. But in the end, will the brothers finally become men?
I like a book that is sad, not for just being sad, but for just being the reality of the story. When things happen, even if it is best for Kelsey, that makes her life easier and the way it should be, it is still sad because she can’t save them both. And that is the reality of being in love with two boys at once. She could only end up with one in the end and since they were such great guys any solution would be bittersweet.
Throughout the book Kelsey kept refusing to admit that she still loved Ren. She figures it out during the quest and then does nothing. I felt like asking what were you doing for half the book. There was a three week time alone with Kishan, and she didn’t even tell him then.
This is a must read if you have read the rest of the series. If you have not read the series, I suggest trying book one to see if you like it. It is an original story with a bit of Indian folklore in it. Nice and new for the YA paranormal genre.